Stan Getz - Double Exposure (Eac Flac Cue)(JazzPlanet)

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Stan Getz - Zoot Sims - Double Exposure (1992)

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Artist:Stan Getz / Zoot Sims
Title Of Album:Double Exposure [Digitally Remastered]
Year Of Release:1992
Label:LRC
Genre:Jazz
Category: Bop Post-Bop
Bitrate:Lossless
Size Torrent 267 MB

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Tracks List:

Stan Getz

1 Song Is You
2 O Grande Amor
3 For Jane
4 Dane's Chant
5 Major General


Zoot Sims

6 Nirvana
7 Indiana
8 Memories Of You
9 Come Rain Or Come Shine
10 Up a Lazy River
11 Send In The Clowns


Personnel: 

Getz Personnel:

Stan Getz (tenor saxophone), 
Stanley Cowell (piano), 
Miroslav Vitous (bass), 
Jack DeJohnette (drums).


Sims Personnel:

Zoot Sims (tenor & soprano saxophones), 
Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar), 
Milt Hinton (bass), 
Buddy Rich (drums).



Listen

http://musparade.com/album/Stan+Getz+-+Zoot+Sims/Double+Exposure

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zQzepEsmcY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpPqhM7wmI0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbtCiTXZLgw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3RXPmm_C70

Review


After the piano the tenor saxophone is probably the most expressive instrument in jazz. Stan Getz and loot Sims are amongst the soloists who have made it so. They worked together as youngsters in Woody Herman's Second Herd, and both drew their inspiration from Lester Young, but Sims was impelled by exuberance and played to please himself whilst Getz played for an audience and tended to be more careful of his sound—you can almost hear his brain working. His five tracks on this CD were recorded in 1969 at a French jazz festival. The backing from pianist Stanley Cowell, bassist Miroslav Vitous and drummer Jack DeJohnette, each of whom contributed an original composition to this programme, was at that time quite modern enough to provide a stimulus for the leader and he responded with typically matchless performances. Cowell's sparse accompaniment suited Getz ideally, who used it to give fine readings of The Song Is You and 0 Grande Amor.
Sims could swing at the drop of a banjo, so it might be regarded as overkill to have provided him with a rhythm section which can swing so easily as this one, with Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar, Milt Hinton bass and Buddy Rich at the drums. But the mood is directed more towards the ballad to include a sumptuous reading of Come Rain Or Come Shine. Pizzarelli plays Send In The Clowns unaccompanied, and Zoot stomps happily on his own tune Nirvana and on Indiana for which he switches to soprano.
(1) The Song Is You - Stan Getz.flac 35.531 MB
(10) Up A Lazy River - Stan Getz.flac 14.036 MB
(11) Send In The Clowns - Stan Getz.flac 9.764 MB
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